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  1. House needed to be rebuilt
    FOS agreed with the family that the house should be rebuilt.
    News | 20 Sep 2018 02:29pm
  2. Suncorp on Wye River
    Mr Dransfield says the company could have communicated better with Wye River claimants after the bushfires of December 2015.
    News | 20 Sep 2018 11:09am
  3. Royal commission continues Thursday
    The royal commission kicks off again at 9:30am with Youi’s COO Claims Services Jason Storey facing continued scrutiny over the response to a customer's claim following Cyclone Debbie.
    News | 20 Sep 2018 09:17am
  4. Youi criticised over Cyclone Debbie
    Youi now under fire for its handling of damage to a home in Airley Beach in Queensland after Cyclone Debbie in March last year.
    News | 19 Sep 2018 12:48pm
  5. Wednesday royal commission
    Proceedings at the royal commission are set to start again at 9:30am with IAG EGM Business Distribution and Group Executive Ben Bessell to continue in the stand.
    News | 19 Sep 2018 09:15am
  6. Marsh & McLennan to buy rival JLT
    Marsh & McLennan Companies says it will buy UK-based rival broker Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group for a cash consideration equivalent to $US5.6 billion…
    Breaking News | 18 Sep 2018 06:41pm
  7. Deloitte report rejected
    Ms Orr says that Deloitte filed a report in July this year that was highly critical, stating that Allianz's compliance function was significantly under-resourced and "has no formal or recognised authority". 
    News | 18 Sep 2018 02:22pm
  8. AMP charged dead clients life premiums
    AMP continued to charge clients who had died for life insurance premiums despite having been informed of their deaths, the Hayne royal commission into financial misconduct heard today…
    Life Insurance | 17 Sep 2018 02:28pm
  9. NSW manager takes Valerie Baker award
    James Dunk from regional NSW brokerage Dunk Insurance has won this year’s Valerie Baker Memorial Award…
    The Professional | 17 Sep 2018 02:25pm
  10. QBE takes icare innovation award
    QBE won the innovation award at last week’s Insurance & Care NSW Conference and Awards event in Sydney…
    The Professional | 17 Sep 2018 02:25pm
  11. UK marine specialist MD takes up Sydney posting
    Topsail Insurance MD Rob Stevens has moved to Sydney to oversee the UK pleasurecraft specialist’s growing business in this country…
    The Professional | 17 Sep 2018 02:24pm
  12. FSAA seeks new CEO
    The Financial Services Accountants Association is looking for a successor to from CEO Stephen Curley, who is retiring at the end of the year…
    The Professional | 17 Sep 2018 02:23pm
  13. AILA conference to discuss parametric insurance
    Parametric insurance will be one element of the insurance industry to come under the microscope in an evolution-themed Australian Insurance Law Association annual conference…
    The Professional | 17 Sep 2018 02:22pm
  14. icare opens a door to small charities
    Insurance & Care NSW has invited small charities to apply for a share of $100,000 to be allocated at crowdfunding events run by the group’s foundation in November…
    The Professional | 17 Sep 2018 02:22pm
  15. JLT launches mental health month
    JLT has launched a mental health awareness month among its workers and stakeholders, sharing educational resources, insights, services and programs to improve emotional and mental health and social connectivity…
    The Professional | 17 Sep 2018 02:21pm
  16. Allianz first up as Hayne turns to general insurance
    Allianz this afternoon became the first general insurer to face the Hayne royal commission as Chief GM Retail Distribution Michael Winter was questioned about “incorrect and misleading statements” regarding travel insurance on its website…
    Local | 17 Sep 2018 01:45pm
  17. PDS and key facts sheets? Useless, say researchers
    Product disclosure statements and key fact sheets are not helping consumers choose the best insurance cover, according to a study commissioned by the Financial Rights Legal Centre…
    Local | 17 Sep 2018 01:43pm
  18. Insurers hit back at brokers over claims criticism
    Insurers have labelled as “scattergun” and “extremely disappointing” brokers’ allegations that poor claims experience is becoming more common in the industry…
    Local | 17 Sep 2018 01:35pm
  19. Australian cyber market growth to outpace global expansion
    Growth in Australia’s cyber insurance market is expected to surge over the next few years, outpacing the expected trajectory for almost all developed countries, Aon says in a quarterly update…
    Local | 17 Sep 2018 01:34pm
  20. Industry ‘not ready’ for new accounting standards
    Australian insurers and their overseas peers are running out of time to prepare for the transition to two new global accounting standards that will come into effect in 2021, KMPG says…
    Local | 17 Sep 2018 01:33pm

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